Bug 599894

Summary: FTBFS libctl-3.0.2-10.fc12: ImplicitDSOLinking
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: FTBFS <ftbfs>
Component: libctlAssignee: Deji Akingunola <dakingun>
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX QA Contact: Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>
Severity: high Docs Contact:
Priority: high    
Version: 14CC: dakingun, ed
Target Milestone: ---Keywords: Triaged
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Hardware: All   
OS: Linux   
URL: http://linux.dell.com/files/fedora/FixBuildRequires/mock-results/
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Last Closed: 2012-08-16 12:39:43 EDT Type: ---
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Bug Blocks: 596849    
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Description FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:29 EDT
libctl-3.0.2-10.fc12.src.rpm Failed To Build From Source against the rawhide tree.  See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FTBFS for more information.
This failure is due to a change in the linker default behavior, which uncovered a fault in your package.  See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/ChangeInImplicitDSOLinking .
If you believe this is actually a bug in another package, do NOT change the component in this bug or close this bug.  Instead, add the appropriate bug number from the other package to the "Depends on" line in this bug.  If the other package does not yet have a bug created that you think matches, please create one.  Doing so helps us properly track bugs and their dependencies, just as we track package dependencies.  (If you close this bug, and the other package is not fixed before the next FTBFS run, a new bug will get created.  Please follow the above advice to avoid such duplication.)
Comment 1 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:31 EDT
Created attachment 420299 [details]

root.log for i386
Comment 2 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:33 EDT
Created attachment 420300 [details]

build.log for i386
Comment 3 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:34 EDT
Created attachment 420301 [details]

mock.log for i386
Comment 4 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:35 EDT
Created attachment 420302 [details]

root.log for x86_64
Comment 5 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:37 EDT
Created attachment 420303 [details]

build.log for x86_64
Comment 6 FTBFS 2010-06-03 16:47:38 EDT
Created attachment 420304 [details]

mock.log for x86_64
Comment 7 Bug Zapper 2010-07-30 07:56:41 EDT
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 14 development cycle.
Changing version to '14'.

More information and reason for this action is here:
Comment 8 Fedora Admin XMLRPC Client 2011-07-12 17:46:18 EDT
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database.  Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
Comment 9 Fedora End Of Life 2012-08-16 12:39:46 EDT
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